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    2012 clutch faliure

    ET low boost wheel, Reflash 60hrs. Today as i was riding every now and then the ski would hesitate on full throttle, 15 mins down the river i lost all power got home took air cleaner off supercharger wheel spins both ways but when i spin it clockwise its like a screw getting tighter then when i start it back up loosen's again with no boost, Any ideas guys clutch sprag bearing ?????


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    The clutch has failed. Hopefully for you in a way that you have not lost any teeth. Do you know if your ski had the 13 clutch.

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    Nah dont think it did is there anyway of telling if i damaged the teeth

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    Yes take the supercharger off and look
    But if it did loose teeth you would most likely feel it when spinning it by hand

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    Gonna have to send it off to get checked as i dont wanna pull it apart myself, As i said it spins freely so i am guessing its pretty much finished

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    The supercharger itself is really easy to pull off. Removing the oil pump the get the clutch out is a little harder but its still pretty easy once you can locate all the bolts. Its not a real difficult job to do.

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    Do it yourself. DO NOT trust a dealer. I did mine and it's a GPRSHO. Yours will be tons easier. There is a great thread that shows step by step how to do it. My dealer didn't even know the SHO motor had a clutch!

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    Haha ill give it a go with a mate should i put the 2012 or the 2013

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    hey buddy
    my advice is that you have to get 2 clutches of 2013
    use one and keep the second as a spare

    i used the 2013 clutch with an H1 wheel , and it only lasted as i remember for 60 or 70 hours

    what im trying to say is that the 2013 clutch will fail at a certain point

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    Quote Originally Posted by syk03t View Post
    Haha ill give it a go with a mate should i put the 2012 or the 2013
    Go with the 2013. We have them here in the forums online store (clutch and drive gear set)
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2084

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